Probation Journal volume 28, issue 4, P111-117 1981 DOI: 10.1177/026455058102800402 View full text
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Bruce Carrington, David Denney

Abstract: The article looks at the history and meaning of Rastafarianism, The authors also report the findings of a small study of the views of a group of young Rastafarian probationers and of thirty probation officers, They conclude that social work values and methods require some change if there is to be hope of effective work with Rastas, and that full acceptance of a multiracial Britain is a necessary pre-requisite.The response of Britain's West Indian community to the recent tragedies in South East London the grow…

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